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Cutting the Cost of Application Security
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Web application attacks can result in devastating data breaches and application downtime, costing companies millions of dollars in fines, brand damage, and customer turnover. This paper describes the financial implications of Web attacks, DDoS attacks, and other Web-based threats. It shows how the SecureSphere Web Application Firewall provides a Return on Security Investment of 2090% by preventing data breaches and Website downtime. One approach to tackling application threats is to manually fix vulnerabilities. However, organizations that undertake this approach must deal with expensive emergency test and fix cycles when vulnerabilities are found. By virtually patching vulnerabilities, SecureSphere saves organizations 530% over five years by eliminating emergency fix and test measures.

Cutting the Cost of Application Security
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Four Steps to Defeat a DDoS Attack
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Millions of computers around the world are controlled by cybercriminals. These computers, infected with “bot” malware, automatically connect to command and control servers which then instruct the bots to carry out illicit activity. Malicious users can rent these networks of bots, or botnets, to conduct powerful Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks.

Four Steps to Defeat a DDoS Attack
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Delivering Endpoint Integration and Control
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15 February 2013
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This Technology Spotlight explores the benefits that integrated endpoint security platforms with centralised management control offer organisations. This paper also examines the role that Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business has in meeting IT needs related to ease of use, effectiveness and return-on-investment in the strategically important market for endpoint security.

Delivering Endpoint Integration and Control
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Botnets at the Gate: Stopping Botnets and Distributed Denial of Service Attacks
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Millions of computers around the world are controlled by cybercriminals. These computers have been infected with software robots, or “bots”, that automatically connect to command and control servers. The command and control servers then instruct the bots to carry out illicit activity, such as performing denial of service attacks, injecting “comment spam” on blogs and forums, or harvesting application content. Building these networks of bots, or botnets, has become a lucrative business for botnet operators, who rent out their bots to the highest bidder. But before examining the botnet business model, we will investigate how they are formed.

Botnets at the Gate: Stopping Botnets and Distributed Denial of Service Attacks
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The Business Case for Data Security
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The growing costs of security breaches and manual compliance efforts have given rise to new data security solutions specifically designed to prevent data breaches and deliver automated compliance. This paper examines the drivers for adopting a strategic approach to data security, compares and contrasts current approaches, and presents the Return on Security Investment (ROSI) of viable data security solutions.

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